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Yevgeniy Fiks

Lenin for Your Library?, 2005

35 letters/documents, book, Dimensions variable
location
New York
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Winkleman Gallery
New York
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This project has been published as a book.

100 copies of "Imperialism the Highest Stage of …

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This project has been published as a book.

100 copies of "Imperialism the Highest Stage of Capitalism" by V.I. Lenin were sent out to the addresses of World's major corporations, including Gap, Coca-Cola, General Electric, and IBM among many others. In an enclosed letter, it was stated that the book was …

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Yevgeniy Fiks
Russian, b. 1972
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Yevgeniy Fiks is known for creating works that, in his own words, re-examine the Soviet experience …

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Yevgeniy Fiks is known for creating works that, in his own words, re-examine the Soviet experience though the “lens of the left side of politics.” Fiks removes images from their original context and, consequently, from the bias of their creators, often using popular symbols and imagery to examine how Soviet culture …

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About the work
Winkleman Gallery
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This project has been published as a book.

100 copies of "Imperialism the Highest Stage of …

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This project has been published as a book.

100 copies of "Imperialism the Highest Stage of Capitalism" by V.I. Lenin were sent out to the addresses of World's major corporations, including Gap, Coca-Cola, General Electric, and IBM among many others. In an enclosed letter, it was stated that the book was …

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Yevgeniy Fiks
Russian, b. 1972
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Yevgeniy Fiks is known for creating works that, in his own words, re-examine the Soviet experience …

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Yevgeniy Fiks is known for creating works that, in his own words, re-examine the Soviet experience though the “lens of the left side of politics.” Fiks removes images from their original context and, consequently, from the bias of their creators, often using popular symbols and imagery to examine how Soviet culture …

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Yevgeniy Fiks

Lenin for Your Library?, 2005

35 letters/documents, book, Dimensions variable
location
New York
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